Denmark vs England Prediction & Match Preview

Denmark vs England
UEFA Nations League
Date: Tuesday, 8 September 2020
Kick-off at 19:45 UK/ 20:45 CET
Venue: Parken Stadium (Copenhagen).

The Parken Stadium will pit together Denmark and England for the second round of the UNL fixtures in the League A category. Since England has a strong competition with the presence of Belgium in the mix, the Red Lions will try to take something out of their trip to Copenhagen.

Denmark has been winless in the last two matches in their schedule, including a 0-2 loss at home in the opening fixture in the UNL against Belgium last time out. Denmark had more possession of the ball but failed in their finishing, which was seen in just one shot hitting the target throughout the game.

On the other hand, England had a narrow 0-1 victory on the road against Iceland last time out in the schedule. Even though they started the tournament with a win, we expected them to have a better margin in the encounter. But it will probably be enough to handle Denmark for another UNL win.

Head-to-head (h2h) & Previous Meetings

  • The visitor has recorded three of the overall five wins.
  • Three of their recent four fixtures have seen both teams score.
  • Their previous encounter gave a 1-0 home win for England.
  • Only two of their overall 12 meetings have ended in a draw.

Denmark vs England Prediction

Denmark is not at their best form in their schedule as of late, and their squad strength is not likely to match the visitor’s strength in the middle, for the upcoming clash in the UNL fixture. Their home ground advantage is shaky and is not sure to come in handy against the Three Lions.

Besides, hosting after a loss will not be the ideal preparation that the Danish Dynamites needed in the tournament. England will come in strong on the behalf of an away win, and the consecutive away games will tire the players, but Southgate’s men are capable of pulling through that adversary.

The Three Lions will come in with a four-game winning streak in their schedule. But their last win came with a weak one-goal margin, which is why backing England on a draw no bet will probably be the best bet for the punters.

Due to the same reason, Harry Kane and Co. cannot be expected to unleash a heavy attack in the away fixture. So, the tip for under 3.5 goals will probably be another suitable option in the encounter to yield decent returns.

Betting tips

  • Draw no bet: England @ 1.44 (4/9).
  • Under 3.5 goals @ 1.40 (2/5).